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Mental health awareness week (14th-20th May 2018) focuses on stress and how we cope with it. This blog will look at helping employers and employees create a mentally healthy working environment where everyone feels valued and supported.

Decision means notice of termination takes effect when employee reads letter – not when it is posted.

This year Ramadan begins on the 16th May and will last for 30 days, until the 14th June. Throughout this period, Muslims will fast and engage in extra prayers and worship. Therefore, it is extremely important employers are aware of their obligations towar…

The Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has ruled it is not discriminatory to refuse a new father enhanced pay whilst on shared parental leave.

Upskilling your current workforce is a crucial step to keep your employees engaged. Here are our top tips to get the most out of your team.

April is always the busiest month of the year for employment law legislative updates. Here is a summary of the key updates employers should be aware of...

As an employer, you will eventually experience a disgruntled ex-employee. The problem with an angry former employee is they pose a risk to your business. Therefore, the sooner this situation is addressed, the better.

Everyone loves a bank holiday, unless you are an employer trying to work out your obligations and your employee’s rights. As we approach the Easter bank holiday, here is what you need to know.

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